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PURPOSE-BUILT CAPABILITY

A capable SUV ready to take on any adventure

Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the new Everest is rough and ready. Discover what lies beyond the road’s end.

Get off the beaten path. Everest’s capability gives you the confidence to tackle any terrain.

A capable SUV ready to take on any adventure

Designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the new Everest is rough and ready. Discover what lies beyond the road’s end.

Get off the beaten path. Everest’s capability gives you the confidence to tackle any terrain.

Terrain Management System

Everest 4WD helps you tackle any surface, on-road or off, at the turn of a dial. Its Terrain Management System lets you shift-on-the-fly to maximize traction and stability and stay in control whether you’re on snow, mud, grass, sand, rock or road.

Terrain Management System

Everest 4WD helps you tackle any surface, on-road or off, at the turn of a dial. Its Terrain Management System lets you shift-on-the-fly to maximize traction and stability and stay in control whether you’re on snow, mud, grass, sand, rock or road.

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Electronic Locking Rear Differential

Electronic Locking Rear Differential

Electronic Locking Rear Differential

For off-roaders who need traction and grip, even in slippery or rugged terrains, Everest’s Electronic Locking Rear Differential is designed to provide full engine torque to both rear wheels, even if one is off the ground.

For off-roaders who need traction and grip, even in slippery or rugged terrains, Everest’s Electronic Locking Rear Differential is designed to provide full engine torque to both rear wheels, even if one is off the ground.

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Hill Descent Control and Hill Launch Assist

Hill Descent Control and Hill Launch Assist

Hill Descent Control and Hill Launch Assist

Negotiating tough slopes in Everest is simple. Hill Descent Control uses the brake system to take you downhill at a safe and steady pace. When setting off on an incline, Hill Launch Assist holds the brake for a few seconds, giving you time to accelerate away without rolling backwards.

Negotiating tough slopes in Everest is simple. Hill Descent Control uses the brake system to take you downhill at a safe and steady pace. When setting off on an incline, Hill Launch Assist holds the brake for a few seconds, giving you time to accelerate away without rolling backwards.

Ford Everest - Frequently Asked Questions

Ford Everest - Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is the Ford Everest an All Wheel Drive (AWD) or Four-Wheel Drive (4x4)?

    Is the Ford Everest an All Wheel Drive (AWD) or Four-Wheel Drive (4x4)?

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ variant is equipped with full-time Four-Wheel Drive (4x4). The four-wheel drive system in the vehicle is an intelligent system that continuously monitors vehicle conditions and automatically adjusts the power distribution between the front and rear wheels.

    The difference between All-Wheel Drive (AWD) and Four-Wheel Drive (4x4) is the term all-wheel drive refers to vehicles that deliver power from the engine to all four wheels all the time.

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ variant is equipped with full-time Four-Wheel Drive (4x4). The four-wheel drive system in the vehicle is an intelligent system that continuously monitors vehicle conditions and automatically adjusts the power distribution between the front and rear wheels.

    The difference between All-Wheel Drive (AWD) and Four-Wheel Drive (4x4) is the term all-wheel drive refers to vehicles that deliver power from the engine to all four wheels all the time.

  • Is Ford Everest a full-time 4WD?

    Is Ford Everest a full-time 4WD?

    Yes, Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ variant is a full-time four-wheel drive (4x4) SUV.

    Yes, Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ variant is a full-time four-wheel drive (4x4) SUV.

  • What's the benefit of the Terrain Management System on the Ford Everest?

    What's the benefit of the Terrain Management System on the Ford Everest?

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ drivetrain is 4x4 with Terrain Management System (TMS). TMS turns the Everest from a normal off-road SUV into an all-terrain SUV. Compare Everest SUV capabilities here: https://www.ford.com.ph/suvs/everest/compare-models/

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ drivetrain is 4x4 with Terrain Management System (TMS). TMS turns the Everest from a normal off-road SUV into an all-terrain SUV. Compare Everest SUV capabilities here: https://www.ford.com.ph/suvs/everest/compare-models/

  • What does an Electronic Locking Rear differential on the Ford Everest do?

    What does an Electronic Locking Rear differential on the Ford Everest do?

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 is equipped with Electronic Locking Rear Differential. It helps the SUV keep out of sticky off road situations, all with the press of a button. Once the driver engages the electronic locking rear differential, the rear axles lock evenly distributing power to the rear wheels, rather than providing power only to the wheel with the least traction.

    The Ford Everest 2.0L Bi-Turbo Titanium+ 4x4 is equipped with Electronic Locking Rear Differential. It helps the SUV keep out of sticky off road situations, all with the press of a button. Once the driver engages the electronic locking rear differential, the rear axles lock evenly distributing power to the rear wheels, rather than providing power only to the wheel with the least traction.